From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sohum (सो ऽहम् so 'ham[1]) is the Sanskrit for "I am He/That". (See also: Tat Tvam Asi.) When it applies to a person's name, according to Vedic philosophy it means identifying oneself with the universe or ultimate reality. Some say that when a child is born it cries Koham-Koham which means Who am I? That is when the universe replies back Sohum. You are the same as I am. It also stems from the Sanskrit word which means, "self pride."

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sohum (सो ऽहम् so is the Sanskrit for "I am He/That". (See also: Tat Tvam Asi.) When it applies to a person's name, according to Vedic philosophy it means identifying oneself with the universe or ultimate rea

tibetan script tattoos - love yourself before loving another

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ahimsa // non-violence; compassion for all living things//I've always had compassion, but it's not w/o limits. It dies when ill-fed...or abused. It dies until I move on...

My favourite Sanskrit word ahimsa // non-violence; compassion for all living things

15 Key Sanskrit Yoga Terms - Ananda

Known for its clarity and beauty, Sanskrit is one of the oldest languages in the world. Here are 15 key Sanskrit yoga terms every yogi should know.

⌘ The word moksha (MOKE-shah) is an ancient Sanskrit sutra that means freedom, liberation, or release. The sutra has been used for thousands of years by millions of people to transform negative energy into a higher state of awareness. Whenever you feel stressed, anxious, or out of balance, imagine that you are pure, unlimited consciousness, free of whatever situation has thrown you off course.

⌘ The word moksha (MOKE-shah) is an ancient Sanskrit sutra that means freedom, liberation, or release. The sutra has been used for thousands of years by millions of people to transform negative energy into a higher state of awareness. Whenever you feel st

Unbreakable in sanskrit

Unbreakable in sanskrit

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